The Promised Neverland anime is almost upon us. The manga has been dropping some outrageously good chapters. It’s all going in the right direction for the series. Recently, the official website for Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine revealed on that Shūhei Miyazaki is going to launch a comedy spinoff of the Promised Neverland. The manga is called Oyakusoku no Neverland. It will be launched in the Shonen Jump+ app on January 11.
Adding to this, Otaro Maijo (Biorg Trinity, The Dragon Dentist, Disco Detective Wednesday), who is a well known novelist and writer along with artist Arata Momose are launching a manga titled Kono Koi wa Kore Ijō Kirei ni Naranai (This Love Isn’t Going to Get Any Cleaner) on the app on December 25. The Promised Neverland manga was launched in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine by Shirai and Demizu in August 2016. The series has entered the final arc.
The 11th compiled volume for the series was shipped by Shueisha on November 2. The manga has more than 7 million copies in print worldwide, with more than 4.2 million copies in print in Japan. The anime adaptation of the Promised Neverland will premiere on January 10, 2019.